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A rumoured 40k Necron reference sheet are floating around.
My bet is that it's a 1. april joke, but you never know. Aply much salt.
also why in the name of heck is the pylon crappier than the mono?
fun joke, might print it out an show my club tonight for a laugh
There is no "I" in "team", there is an "I" in "pie" however, as in "Meat Pie" with "Meat" being an anogram of "Team".
would be good, but yeah, seems like an april fools joke - the language feels imprecise for GW.
it's certainly an improvement on the exsisting list; is the issue that it's not as big an improvment on the exsisting list as other armies codex improvments?
I'm taking this with a pinch of salt but weirdly enough, it looks generally solid enough to be a possible reference page.
A Scorpion sounds fairly interesting. If this is true it looks like my old love of wraiths has paid off. Rending, 3+ armour with the ability to take the invun save in addition? teh 53x0z that is.
This is pretty much what i wanted to see from a necron codex. T5 models who just dont stay down, the tomb spyder can actually survive a combat, a pylon, extra types of units, CC specialists that compare to space marines.
of course, I'm less than 20% convinced on this for this simple reason:
Living metal isnt referenced on the back page, and models with invun saves arent marked.
april fools? probably
If anyone believes on telekinesis, raise my hand!!
I don't know whether to believe it or not. I guess it surfacing on today of all days would suggest otherwise. I guess we will have to see in the coming weeks if anything else surfaces...
Last edited by xXClaret-PaulXx; April 1st, 2009 at 16:29.
April fool is over now. So no longer applies.
On the other hand if it isn't a joke, then it's against copyright.
Either way, closed